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  • Datebook - May 1, 2019

    This Week

     

    Bagdad Ruritan

    Bagdad Ruritan Club meets at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 2.

    NAACP branch meeting

    The local NAACP branch meets at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 2 at the Stratton Community Center. For more information contact Janice Harris at 502-337-4509 or E-mail sisterjaniceharris@hotmail.com.

    Gold Wing Riders meeting

  • Big crowd shows for JHS event

    Women from across the county descended on Claudia Sanders Dinner House Monday for the annual Jewish Hospital Shelbyville Wellness Affair, but this year’s message was one that should resonate with everyone.

    Keynote speaker Dr. Christopher Jones is the University of Louisville Transplant Surgeon and Program Director at Jewish Hospital Transplant Center and spoke to the audience about the importance to organ donation.

  • Dispose of your old drugs safely

    The Shelby County Coroner’s Office want’s to make sure Shelby Countians have a way to keep old prescription drugs off the streets and out of our landfills and waterways.

    “We’ll be participating in the DEA’s [Drug Enforcement Agency’s] national Take Back event,” said Jeff Ivers, Shelby County coroner. “The DEA does this twice a year, and at the coroner’s office we’re big on getting those drugs property disposed of.”

  • Titans hammer Rockets, 16-4

     Collins girls’ softball team got some revenge against cross-town rival Shelby County Wednesday.

    After the Rockets scored a 3-1 win in the first tilt between the two teams, Collins answered in a big way in the second game, rolling to a 16-4 win and taking over the top spot in the 30th District at the same time.

    The Rockets got off to a quick start, scoring all four runs in the top of the first inning thanks to two-run RBI singles from Loran Trent and Jessica Brown.

  • Titans trounce Colts 7-2

     Thunder over the horizon delayed the Titans win at DeSales in the first inning Tuesday, but it was the crack of the Collins’ bats that had the Colts much more worried than any impending storm.

    After the delay, the Titans came roaring out in the second inning scoring five runs, all starting with a bases loaded walk to Tyler White to bring in Nick Hammond. On the next play, Michael Hill sent a shot to right field bringing Drew Goodlett and Drake Ballard home. Will Cline followed Hill with a double of his own bringing White and Hill home.

  • ockets, Titans compete in Eastern Relays

     The Collins and Shelby County track teams traveled to the University of Louisville to compete in the annual Eastern Relays. Both the Rockets and Titans had impressive showings.

     

    Collins

    The boys took 21st overall out of 70 combined teams.

  • Rockets, Titans compete in Eastern Relays

     The Collins and Shelby County track teams traveled to the University of Louisville to compete in the annual Eastern Relays. Both the Rockets and Titans had impressive showings.

     

    Collins

    The boys took 21st overall out of 70 combined teams.

  • Mustangs homer past Rockets

     Shelby County ran up against a blazing hot North Oldham squad Tuesday in Goshen and the Mustangs showed why they’re the top team in the 8th Region at 17-4.

    Behind four homeruns North Oldham rolled to a 10-0 win in five innings.

    North Oldham started early scoring four runs in the bottom of the first highlighted by two 2-run homeruns from Logan Beard and Nick Rose.

  • First grade students at PSE learn to swim in gym class

    Teaching a child to swim is not for the faint of heart. Teaching an entire first-grade class simultaneously takes patience, planning and a lion’s share courage.

    But that’s exactly what the first-grade teachers at Painted Stone Elementary are doing.

  • Women's Wellness event in Monday

    Ladies, if you’re interested in a fun-filled, high-energy community event where professionals present topics specifically focused on you, then be sure to get your tickets to the 14th Annual Women’s Wellness Affair.

    Jewish Hospital Shelbyville will host the event from 5:30-8:30 p.m. on Monday, April 29 at Claudia Sanders Dinner House, 3202 Shelbyville Road. Tickets are on sale now through today.

    Topics and events will include:

    Health and wellness education

    Tastings from Archer Roose Wines

    Food and fashion